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The Computer Life Cycle

Proactively replacing your computers is key to keeping your office running at its most efficient.

Generally speaking, most IT professionals agree that a computer should be replaced every three to five years. Though it is possible that your computer may last past this age, the likelihood of experiencing issues or complete failures increases, which can cost you more in the long run.

Our Hardware Requirements Guide will provide you with recommendations and minimum requirements for devices running Visual-Eyes. We are always happy to review any quote you may receive when purchasing new equipment to make sure it does not fall below our requirements.

When it does come time to replace or upgrade a computer, scheduling a booked call with one of our Technical Support Agents (403-314-1322 ext 1 or support@visual-eyes.ca) will ensure the transition goes as smoothly as possible.